Showing posts with label Kevin Anderson. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kevin Anderson. Show all posts

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Video: Shanghai 2017 Tuesday Highlights

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Video: Shanghai 2017 Tuesday Highlights

Juan Martin del Potro, Steve Johnson, Kevin Anderson, Marin Cilic, and Albert Ramos-Vinolas all advanced on Tuesday at the Shanghai Rolex Masters in China.


Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Video: Kevin Anderson Uncovered 2017

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Video: Kevin Anderson Uncovered 2017

In the best form of his career, Kevin Anderson is in the hunt for a first trip to the Nitto ATP Finals. Learn more about the South African in this edition of ATP World Tour Uncovered.



Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Harrison beats Anderson and advances at Japan Open

Harrison beats Anderson and advances at Japan Open

Ryan Harrison defeated Kevin Anderson and advanced to the quarterfinals at the Japan Open with 6-3, 1-6, 7-6 win.

Anderson landed 24 aces in the match, but the Harrison overcame the barrage and will next face top-seeded Marin Cilic.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Video: Tokyo 2017 Monday Highlights

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Video: Tokyo 2017 Monday Highlights

Watch highlights of Monday's first-round action at the Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships, where Marin Cilic, Kevin Anderson and Adrian Mannarino all advanced.

Video: Anderson Tokyo 2017 Interview

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Video: Anderson Tokyo 2017 Interview

Kevin Anderson reflects on his US Open final run at the Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships 2017 in Tokyo.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Video: Top Critical Plays In 2017 US Open Men's Final

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Video: Top Critical Plays In 2017 US Open Men's Final

Watch the top critical plays from the men's singles final.

Video: Nadal vs. Anderson US Open Championship Match Highlights

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Video: Nadal vs. Anderson US Open Championship Match Highlights

Watch the top highlights from the men's singles final.

Video: Top 5 Plays From Men's Singles Final 2017 US Open

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Video: Top 5 Plays From Men's Singles Final 2017 US Open

Watch the top 5 plays from the men's singles final.

Video: Rafa Nadal Wins 2017 US Open Title

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Video: Rafa Nadal Wins 2017 US Open Title

Rafael Nadal defeats Kevin Anderson 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 to win his third US Open title and 16th career Grand Slam.

Video: Kevin Anderson US Open Tennis final Practice

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Video: Kevin Anderson US Open Tennis final Practice

2017 US Open Finalist Kevin Anderson is practicing before tonight's Finals match against Rafael Nadal on P1.

Video: Rafael Nadal vs. Kevin Anderson For The 2017 US Open Title

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Video: Rafael Nadal vs. Kevin Anderson For The 2017 US Open Title

The No.1 seed Rafael Nadal faces Kevin Anderson in the men's singles final in Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Rafael Nadal wins third U.S. Open title

Rafael Nadal wins third U.S. Open title

Rafael Nadal restored order to this eccentric US Open last night, easing to a comfortable 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over giant South African Kevin Anderson on Arthur Ashe Stadium.

This contest always had “blowout” written on it. Anderson came in as a first-time major finalist, and the lowest-ranked man – at No. 32 in the world - to play for the US Open trophy. No wonder Nadal had been listed at prohibitive odds to secure a 16th grand-slam title.

Like the women’s final on Saturday evening, the big occasion soon dwindled away into predictability. Nadal was dominant throughout. He broke the giant Anderson serve - which touched 136mph at one stage - no fewer than four times, while never giving up a break point himself.

Kevin Anderson US Open final Interview

Kevin Anderson US Open final Interview

R. NADAL/K. Anderson 6-3, 6-3, 6-4
THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Obviously the loss is fresh. I'm sure it hurts. The fact that you played in a Grand Slam final, you said on the court, he's a contemporary of yours, playing with Rafa, arguably playing the best tennis of his career. What does that experience mean to you?

KEVIN ANDERSON: Yeah, it's definitely a few emotions and experiences I'm going to take from this whole two weeks. I mean, obviously very pleased of making my way through to the finals and having that experience.
I mean, a few players, you know, get that chance. It's very tough. To step out on court against Rafa tonight, you know, I learned a lot of lessons. It was a difficult match, up against somebody who has been on that stage over 20 times before.
You know, definitely a few things I needed to have done better. Obviously I had my work cut out for me, but I think overall, obviously it's been, you know, a very, very positive two weeks for me.

Sunday, September 10, 2017

US Open Video: Nadal vs. Anderson Final Preview

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US Open Video: Nadal vs. Anderson Final Preview

The No.1 seed Rafael Nadal faces Kevin Anderson in the men's singles final in Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Video: Kevin Anderson SFs Press Conference 2017 US Open

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Video: Kevin Anderson SFs Press Conference 2017 US Open

Kevin Anderson speaks to the press after his semifinal win over Pablo Carreno Busta.

Video: US Open Men's Final Preview

Video: US Open Men's Final Preview

World Number One Rafael Nadal goes up against 32nd seed Kevin Anderson for the US Open title.

Watch Nadal vs Anderson US Open 2017 final live

Watch Nadal vs Anderson US Open 2017 final live


Today Rafa Nadal will face Kevin Anderson for the 2017 US Open title... Watch it online...

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Saturday, September 9, 2017

Kevin Anderson US Open semis Interview

Kevin Anderson US Open semis Interview

K. ANDERSON/P. Carreno Busta 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4
THE MODERATOR: Questions, please.

Q. Kevin Curren was the last South African to reach a major final of a Grand Slam. He was famous for saying they should drop an A-bomb on the US Open because he didn't like the smell of the place. I'm guessing you don't feel that way?

KEVIN ANDERSON: No, I don't. Definitely amazing feeling being in this position and have worked very hard to get here. It feels great to be in the stage I'm in.
More important, have given myself a shot at being in the finals and, you know, I will be playing for a Grand Slam trophy. That's an amazing feeling. I have to get ready. Still obviously a very difficult match ahead of me, but I think right now I'm just trying to unwind a little bit and just enjoy sort of today's match.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Video: Kevin Anderson QFs Press Conference 2017 US Open

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Video: Kevin Anderson QFs Press Conference 2017 US Open

Kevin Anderson speaks to the media after his quarterfinal win.

US Open: Querrey upset in quarter-finals

US Open: Querrey upset in quarter-finals

Sam Querrey was beaten by Kevin Anderson 7-6(5), 6-7(9), 6-3, 7-6(7) in the quarter-finals of the 2017 US Open.

Anderson fired 66 winners, including 22 aces to win and deny Querrey a place in back-to-back grand slam semi-finals, claiming a place in the last four of a slam for the first time himself.

"(I'm) pretty happy," Querrey said. "At the beginning of the week, if you said I would have made quarters, I probably would have signed up for that.